What $2,600 (or More) a Week Will Get You at EXOS

What $2,600 (or More) a Week Will Get You at EXOS

Any regular joe can check into Exos and train next to the pros. It costs $2,600 per week for one training session a day, or $3,500 for two. Here’s what you get for it.

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You’ll meet your team of “performance specialists” to map out your goal, whether it’s losing 10 pounds or completing a triathlon.

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Structural Analysis

Everyone starts with a “functional movement screen,” which incorporates seven movements scored 1 to 3 to assess your musculoskeletal strength and range of movement, and to identify any weaknesses or injuries. They’ll also test your V02 max and your overall power output, to help create a workout program.

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Every client is assigned a dietitian who will look at your current diet and assign a very specific meal plan, plus a supplement regimen that will include, at a minimum, a.m. and p.m. multivitamins, fish oil, and probiotics. You get three meals a day. (You can request certain calorie amounts, depending on your goal.) All clients have the option of blood testing in advance.

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Group workouts for 60 to 90 minutes, starting with movement prep (stretching, mini-band walk), then speed, power, and strength work using TRX, kettlebells, and free weights. You’ll finish with cardio.

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Protein shakes after every workout designed by your dietitian, as well as supplements as needed. One soft tissue massage per weekly session.

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